With this in mind I was always under the impression that the Sonos Bridge was essentially the hub of the system, I thought it was what controlled the full system, kept the settings, organised the rooms, kept the login details for Spotify and other music solutions, pulled updated etc. From what I have been reading though, it is basically just an access point, is this correct? If this is the case then I don't need the bridge I don't think... Can someone confirm?
If this is the case, then where are all the settings stored? Spotify is linked to Sonos so what device organises that ? How am I always signed in and how are all the settings kept? Or do I need the bridge?
Best answer by ratty
A couple of points:
You do not need to enter your Ubiquiti WiFi details into the Sonos system. In fact to do so can confuse it in a situation such as yours.
Ensure that SonosNet and your Ubiquiti WiFi don't fight over 2.4GHz wireless channels. SonosNet can only use channels 1, 6 or 11. Make sure the WiFi is also set to 1, 6 or 11 -- choose one that Sonos isn't on -- and doesn't use a 40MHz width channel.